Beaches in Sydney
Sydney, Australia, is home to some of the finest and most famous beaches in the world. There are well over 100 beaches in the city, ranging in size from a few feet to several kilometres, located along the city's Pacific Ocean coastline and it's harbours, bays and rivers. With around 70 surf beaches and dozens of harbour coves, Sydney is almost unrivalled in the world for the number and quality of beaches available. Sydney has tropical beaches and one of its harbours was featured in Finding Nemo.
Ocean beaches 
Sydney's ocean beaches include the internationally renowned Bondi, Coogee and Manly. The ocean beaches are usually divided into the Northern Beaches, located north of the entrance to Sydney Harbour and the southern beaches which are in the eastern suburbs and Cronulla area. Most beach suburbs have one beach but some have more. Manly has eight beaches that range from the large 1.6-kilometre (1 mi) Ocean Beach to the tiny Fairy Bower Beach.
From north to south, Sydney's ocean beaches are:
Harbour/Bay beaches 
Beaches in Port Jackson include:
Beaches in Botany Bay include:
- Guide to Sydney Beaches
- "Sand in our Souls - the Beach in Australian History" Leone Huntsman, MUP, 2001
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